A panel of judges on Friday reversed a lower court’s ruling, concluding that a 2013 North Carolina voting identification law was enacted 'with discriminatory intent.'
The man who once tried to assassinate President Ronald Reagan no longer poses a threat to himself or others, ruled a federal judge.
Officer Jonathan Aledda released a statement Thursday, attempting to quell speculation that racial bias played a role in the shooting of a health care worker trying to assist an autistic patient.
Still reeling from the deaths of three law enforcement officers and the fatal shooting of a black man by police, the city of Baton Rouge, La., is considering a residency requirement for new police recruits.
Austin police have released a video of a white officer slamming a black school teacher into a truck during a traffic stop. But a conversation between the officer and his colleague has sparked even more concern.
New York City will move 16- and 17-year-olds incarcerated on Rikers Island prison to a youth facility in the Bronx, where they can receive more age-appropriate programing.
North Miami police shot a black man trying to help a man diagnosed with autism, raising questions about police relations with not only the black community, but also with the disabled.
A federal appeals court ruled that Texas' voter ID law discriminated against minorities and the poor and must be changed before November's election.